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  1. So the day has finally arrived. Today I get to use a real professional paint booth. A big Thank you to Camco Wheel and Axle for letting Me use their equipment. I really appreciate it. * Woot weeere heeeeere!!! Ohhhhh Man!!!! That's a BIGGG paint booth. This is going to be EPIC!!!!!!!!!!* This is the paint mixing station located just behind the paint booth. * My good friend Memo. He helps me out a lot around the shop. If you see a picture of me in this build log it was most likely him that took it....Thanks a lot for all you help bro. lol Memo said I looked like a mad scientist in this shot. * Alright at this point we have already shot the primer on most of the case was wet sanded it down with 400, 600, 1000 and 1200 grit sand paper. Used compressed air, a Wax and Grease Remover, and a Tack Rag to clean it off. It is now ready for the first application of the final color. This is the paint Camco was kind enough to provide for the project. PPG DelFleet Essential in GM 50 Olympic White. It's a real Glossy Bright White. This is after the second coat. Going to sand it down one more time and shoot the last coat. - - - Updated - - - I am happy to announce I picked up another awesome sponsor Avexir was kind enough to send us out some beautiful DIMM chips. - - - Updated - - - Ok after 5 days of prep-work, sanding and painting at Camco the now White Core X9 is back at the shop. * This is as close to a show-car finish as we could get with the amount of time invested.* * Now that both the cases are together you can see the theme start to come together. All that's left is to finish is sleeving the PSU's, pumps and a few of the front panel wires...Then I can get started on the system integration and the detail work. * Both of the Pacific P1 Black D5 Variable Pumps kits have been sleeved. I really like the silencer look to them. * Sweeet the Button Head fasteners from Tek By Design (https://www.facebook.com/tekbydesign?fref=ts) *have come in. Thank you for supporting the project.....I have used their fasteners in quite a few builds. It is getting to the point where I use them almost exclusively. They have almost every length and thread you would need for your PC. - - - Updated - - - Now its crunch time Running Flat out on system integration. * * At first I was thinking. How in the world am I going to hide all those wires? *Then I thought. Why would I want to hide all my beautiful hard work? * * Man those Riing fans look SICK!!! - - - Updated - - - Hey hey I'm back.....Now after taming the Flying Spaghetti Monster...It's time to Install some Killer 5050 RGB LED's http://www.bsmods.com/Mod_Shop.php*This is the only place I get LED strips. Each strip and controller is inspected to make sure it is in working order before it ships.* * * I sent the reservoirs off to V1 Tech http://www.v1tech.com/* *​to be laser*engraved. So I am just waiting for them to arrive. * * While I wait for the reservoirs to show up I went ahead and started on the rest of the tubing runs. * * * Here is a sneak peak at the designs we went with.* - - - Updated - - - Alright guys the project is done. Here are the final pics. *
  2. Hey hey guys and girls. We have another awesome themed mod coming your way. This one is based off of one of my favorite comic strips growing up as a kid. Spy vs Spy The Following was obtained from the History section of the Spy vs Spy Headquarters. http://www.spyvsspyhq.com/history.html Simple yet meaningful is one way to describe the wordless black and white comic strip that makes up Spy vs. Spy. The cartoon created in 1960 by Antonio Prohías, depicts the antics of two distinctly different yet similar spies who try to get the best of each other with clever yet strange schemes of espionage and deception. Published in Mad magazine since 1961, Prohías began working on Spy vs. Spy in Cuban, but fled to the United States in 1960 just days before Fidel Castro took over the last Cuban free press. When Prohías came to the United States he knew almost no English, but Mad magazine readers and editors quick accepted him and loved his work. Before he got the job at Mad, he worked in Queens at a clothing factory by day and drew by night in his cramped apartment. His earlier works “Erizo,” “Oveja Negra,” “El Hombre Siniestro,” and “Tovarich” would not work in his new country where the idea of communism was not as prevalent or well taken by pleasure readers. In Cuba if you were not a supporter of Castro you were considered a spy, and this is where he got the idea. Prohías considered himself a spy and thus the idea was born. Prohías submitted his rough pencil concept and design sketches to MAD’s editors on normal 8.5 x 11 paper and would latter redraw the entire carton twice the size for reproduction in the magazine. He would go through the comic strip with pain staking detail and make sure all edges and lines were detailed in his dark bold pen and would almost never ink over his pencil drawings. Spy vs. Spy is now a national icon, symbolic of the Cold War representing good and evil and the struggle for equilibrium. Prohías would stealthily sign each of his Spy vs. Spy cartoons under the title panel, in Morse code, which spelled out the words "by prohias." This is one of the most overlooked details in his work. -••• -•-- •--• •-• --- •••• •• •- ••• Antonio Prohías passed away February 24, 1998. His masterpiece concept of the two spies battling it out lives on in the continuing work done by his successor Peter Kuper. This project is sponsored by the good folks at. http://www.thermaltake.com/home.aspx and http://www.evga.com/ Also brought to you by http://www.v1tech.com/ Specs: Case - Thermaltake Core X9 x 2 Motherboard - EVGA Z97 Classified (Gaming System), MSi Z87 Mpower (Server) CPU - Intel i5 4670K (Gaming), Intel G3258 (Server) Ram - 4 x 4Gb G.Skill Ripjaws (8Gb per system) PSU - 1 x 550w DPS G Modular PSU, 1 x 750w DPS G Modular PSU GPU - 2 x ASUS Strix GTX 970 SSD - 2 x 240 Gb Crucial M500 240Gb HDD - 4 x 500 Gb in Raid 0 CPU Block - Pacific W1 x 2 GPU Block - Pacific Strix Water block x 2 Radiator - Pacific RL 480 x 4 Pump - Pacific P1 D5 Pump /w Silent Kit x 3 Reservoir - Pacific T33 x 4 Cables - 2 sets of Red Tt Sleeved Cables LEDs - BSMods 5050 RGB LED 16.5ft Strip /w wireless remote. The whole idea is to put two complete systems in here all cooled with one large liquid cooling system. The first shipment of parts has arrived. 2 x Core X9 Cases, 2 x Commander FX 10 port fan hub, 1 x 550w DPS G Modular PSU and 1 x 750w DPS G Modular PSU. To give you an idea of the size of the double stacked X9. On the left of this pic is the chassis from a Thermaltake A-71 Full Tower. Each Core X9 is 1 inch taller and twice as wide. ]http://i52.photobucket.com/albums/g15/itsamenicky/IMG_3947_zpsmhdmbtrz.jpg] Here we have One intact X9 and one completely disassembled. The Core X9 has this built in plate that can be removed from the bottom panel so you can install a massive radiator in push/pull. However this is not going to work for what I have planned. For what I want to do the entire floor has to be cut out. Remember kids always use proper safety gear when working with power tools and hazardous chemicals. It doesn't matter how careful you are. Things Happen. * The bottom of the top X9 has been cut out.* * Now after stacking up two empty X9 cases and lifting them both a couple times I quickly realized that once all the hardware and coolant has been added this thing is going to be extremely heavy. Therefore I am going to add casters. Each caster is rated at 150lbs. * Yesss much better. * The rest of the gear from Thermaltake has arrived. * * EVGA sent two gorgeous Z97 FTW boards for our project. * Time to get these bad boys fired up on the test benches. * * Alright Time to get started on the prep work for our paint. * * This is what your case should look like after your preliminary sanding...Do not take it down to the bare metal.....Just take the shine off of it. it should look dusty like its been sitting there for a while. * * Two of the rads are getting prepped for paint. They are going to be painted white. * * Time to get started on cutting the Motherboard mounting plates ready for the Floating Motherboards. * * Remember kids always wear the proper safety gear when working with power tools or hazardous chemicals. We don;t wear safety gear because we are not careful. We wear it for the things we can't control.*(Poopadilly Happens!) * * After the plates have been cut this is all that's left of them. Just enough to hold it in place. Alright time to start shooting some paint. * * I was worried that the additional white would not work well with the light ring...Glad to see I was wrong. It really makes the light pop. * While I waited for the paint to dry I got started on the sleeving. * I have two PSU's to sleeve. This 750w DPS G and another 550w DPS G. * Going to be using some Telios Sleeving from Mainframe Customs(http://mainframecustom.com/) Provided to me by the guys over at Sanctum Sleeving(http://sanctumsleeving.com/) * The double wire didn't quite come out as well as I hoped. Still not too bad. One 24-pin down a hundred more wires to go. I am really liking the new Thermaltake GPU water blocks. Love the Modern Minimalist approach. All but 4 fans have been sleeved. * Getting started with the EVGA Z97 FTW Motherboard. The heat sinks are going to be removed and painted White. *
  3. Hey guys whats up . I'm Nick Blackwell otherwise known as Dirty South PC Mods. Been messing with PC's for about 20 years, Liquid cooling for 10. I just started getting into making logs of my builds. in the beginning of this year. Looking forward to getting inspired with all your awesome work. Hopefully I can inspire a few of you as well.
  4. Greetings from the Dirty South PC Mods shop once again Mad Modding Monkeys This time I am going to be working on a Tribute build to Superman in Classic Colors. First off I would like to thank my Sponsors without their generosity my builds would not be anywhere near as awesome. http://www.icemodz.com/ https://www.facebook.com/Icesleeve https://www.facebook.com/tekbydesign http://www.lepatek.com/eng/ http://www.enermax.com/ Be sure and swing by their respective sites and FB pages to check out all the Killer Gear they have to make your RIG look Beast!!!! Here is a look at the Hardware that is going to be going into our build. CPU - Intel i5 3470 3.2ghz Quad-core /w Bitspower ICE Blue CPU Block Mobo - Biostar TZ77XE4(Custom Painted Blue Heatsinks, and Di-Noc) Ram - G.Skill Ripjaws 2133mhz DDR3 4 x 4Gb /w Bitspower Universal Ram Block kit Blue/Blue SSD - SANDISK 120Gb SATA III SSD PSU - LEPA MaxBron 700Watt 80+ Bronze certified RAD - XSPC 360mm Slim High Performance, Black Ice 360mm X-Flow Rad, XSPC 120mm Pump - XSPC D5 Vario /w Bitspower Mod kit(Blue) & PPC's Custom Pump Top Fittings - Primochill Ghost Compression 1/2" x 3/4" as well as a few Monsoon 3/4" 90-Deg rotary fittings Res - Bitspower 40mm tube Res Tubing - Primochill 1/2" x 3/4" tubing GPU - EVGA GTX 660Ti 2Gb & PNY GTX 660Ti (SLI) Fans - Enermax T.B. Vegas Trio 9 x 120mm, 1 x 180/200mm T.B. Apollish Blue and 1 x 140mm T.B. Apollish Blue(PSU Fan swap) So lets get this Build started. First off we did a live unboxing http://www.twitch.tv/dirtysouthpcmods/b/481331321 Then we Drilled out the Rivets for the I/O Plate & Cut a hole in the bottom of the Case to mount our XSPC 360mm Rad http://www.twitch.tv/dirtysouthpcmods/b/481499486 Here is a look at what it looks like. Perfect Fit!!!!!!!!! Then we painted the Chassis RED We then Painted the Chassis Red The Rad and I/O Plate Yellow Well thats it so far. Need to get some more paint. Be back later. Be sure to check out our weekly Live mod show every Wed 10am-2pm http://www.twitch.tv/dirtysouthpcmods Where was I ahh yes. Marking up the Side panels, and the Top panel for windows. Got them cut out and hung up for paint. Now I'm not going to lie this was a bit late after a long day. So my cuts weren't all that strait. Time to bust out the Grinder with a Flapper Wheel so these will have to re-painted. Currently I am at odds with keeping the Mobo tray and painting it. Or replacing the whole thing with 1/8 clear acrylic.However 1/8" acrylic tends to bow under weight. (That's why I usually use it for Windows.) Just hoping once I get the board on the Acrylic it will stiffen it up. Guess there is only one way to find out huh. Ok where was I ahh yes. Well decided to Paint the Mobo tray. Painted the Front Panel and Xigmatek GPU Coolers Handel and 5.25" bay covers Painted the Mesh Red...Looking good We were going to cut the top and put a window but with the release of a new Product by Enermax we have decided to leave it intact. Paint is done..Just waiting for the last bits to dry. Alright now that the Paint is done. It's time to see about squeezing all this hardware in here. Got the XSPC EX360mm Rad on the bottom topped off with Enermax T.B.Vegas Trio 120mm Fans. The Black Ice 360mm X-Flow Rad is mounted on the front with more Enermax T.B Vegas 120mm Fans. The Primochill CTR 240mm Res. All fitted with Monsoon Right Angle Rotary(3/4"), and Primochill Ghost Compression Fittings(1/2" x 3/4"). Got the Biostar TZ77XE4 Mobo w/ Custom Painted Heatsinks and Di-Noc Mounted to the Mobo Tray. The Bitzpower Blue ICE CPU Block and Ram Block /w Custom Di-Noc Trim. Kitted out with Monsoon Right Angle Rotary 3/4" and Primochill Ghost Compression Fittings 1/2" x 3/4" Mocking up the two GTX 260's(Thanks Angel Cruz for the sweet deal on the second card) With Xigmatek GPU Coolers(Before they were painted Blue) Whoaaaa thats a REALLY Tight fit. There is about 2mm to spare so the fans work fine. Alright now to address the stock screws. The solution Tek By Design "Proline" Button Head Fasteners(Polished) Thank you for your generous contribution to our build. Some of what will be posted next was covered in this weeks live show. http://www.twitch.tv/dirtysouthpcmods/c/3414063 Alright time to get started Modding our PSU, but first lets take a closer look at the inside. As you can see this PSU is Oozing with Quality Components Ok so first up is a Fan Swap on way to custom sleeving and paint. Stock Black Fan has got to know. Going to replace it with an Enermax T.B.Apollish 140mm in Blue Its already looking good. Just wait till I turn it on. Bazinga Now I gotta take it apart and Prep it for Paint. Well while I wait for the weather to clear up I'm going to get started on the sleeving process. Thank you Mundi from ICEMODZ for all your support. A look at all the awesome stuff from ICEMODZ. Thank you Mundi Ok so lets get started. First up the easy one Molex Next up Sata Cable. Now the Real work starts the 8 and 24-pin connectors Ok guys thats it so far Still waiting on the weather to clear up so I can paint the PSU. Right so the weather is still crappy so I'm still working on sleeving. And I'm out of Red Sleeving have to wait for more to come in. Alright While I'm waiting for the rest of my sleeving to come in Lets get busy with the rest of the PSU and a GPU upgrade instead of using 2 x GTX 260 I will be using 1 x GTX 660 Ti Tearing it apart Getting ready for its Wrapping And our 660 Ti is going to get the same treatment. Ok had a change of heart on the front panel. We ended up taking a couple pieces of clear acrylic and covered the back side with Red Vinyl. We then took some Blue Vinyl and cut out the sponsor logos with the vinyl cutter and put that on the front side of the Acrylic panel. Then we attached it to the front of the panel with 3M double sided tape. We then put one of our ICEMODZ.com Red LED's behind it and you get this effect. We did the same thing with the 3.5" hot swap bay. but with Yellow and there you have it. and of course after I have already painted the Mobo plate we got a wild hair and decided to go ahead and make a new one out of Plexi. We also decided to cut the Top panel and put a clear window on it. with a 200mm hole for our 180/200mm Enermax T.B.Apollish Fan (Blue) Look'n good Now to see about dealing with what can only be described as a Skittles Bag after it has been blown to pieces. Alright thats all I have at this time. Need to order a new Res as the Primochill CTR I already have sitting is wayyy too large. And I haven't Decided what I want to do with the GPU's yetI didn't like the Blue vinyl wrap so I ripped it off.
  5. Hey guys whats up I'm Nick other wise known as Dirty South PC Mods. Going to be working on a build for my Gamer Girl that likes Spiders. First off I would like to thank my Sponsors. http://www.bsmods.com/ http://www.icemodz.com/ Thank you for your support :D Ok so lets get this build started. Ok here is our Motherboard an ASRock Z77 Extreme 4 1155. The heat sinks didn't really go with my overall theme so we are going to paint them Pink. First I taped the Contact Points of the Heatsinks. Then we shot them with Etching Primer And then with Krylon Floresent Pink. There we go much better. Here is a look at the UV color change effect. the Pink turns Bright Orange :D Used a double sided male coupler between the Phobya 400 Pump and the Primochill CTR Like so Prepping the Fans for there Pink Doom :P Since you can't use regular spray paint on Plastic We first used Krylon Fusion in white as a primer and will be shooting the Pink over that for all the Plastic parts. The Phobya 400 Pumps is going to get the same treatment. This is the case we will be using in our build. a CoolerMaster HAF 922..We are going to be cutting a full window, Trimming the 5.25" Drive cage down from 5 slots to 2, Removing the HDD cage. And paint the Motherboard Tray, whats left of the 5.25 Drive cage, I/O plate and front panel mesh Pink. Alright and I'm back and shes Naked!!!! Time to pop some Rivets Ok we removed the IO/Expansion slot plate, Motherboard Plate, HDD cage(went in the trash) and 5.25" drive cage Some White Primer on the IO/Expansion Plate First Coat of Primer on the Mobo plate Measuring up for the Side Panel Window cut. Always use an Awl or old screwdriver thats been stripped to mark your drill holes to keep your drill from walking We wanted rounded corners so we are going to use a drill for the corners Ok most use a Dremel or a Jigsaw. I prefer my 90,000 RPM air powered cut off wheel Same this was use to trim down the 5.25" drive bat from 5 to 2 slots Let The Pinking Begin Pops shooting the second coat of Pink Alright the first set of Icemodz cables are here Here is a Link to the Unboxing Video we did for them. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JfUj9sFNxs0 Man thats a bright Pink. Alright so I ordered some Pink Di-noc and some Mirrored Pink Film for the CPU Block and the Lamptron FC-2 Fan Controller we will be using Here is the Water Block will be using for the CPU its an older OCZ Hydroflow from about 2009 Wrapped the Chrome Portion of the CPU Block in the Pink Mirrored Vinyl Got the Case riveted back together and the ASRock Z77 Board with our OCZ Block on there not too shaby!! Got a first Radiator Installed the XSPC 240mm Rad in the Front where the HDD cage Had formerly been. The Primochill 120 CTR UV Pink Res and Phobya pump in there Ok not to crazy about the Pink Mirrored Vinyl going to try the Pink Di-Noc And now for the Lamptron FC-2 There Optical DRive is receiving the same treatment And I don't like it going to tear it off and paint them to match the rest of the front panel There much better Found a cool Halloween decoration with Spiders on it and made it fit in the case. also just got the Primochill Advanced LRT Tubing UV Pink Wrapped the PSU in Pink Di-Noc to Match the CPU Got the BSMODS 5050 RGB LED Strip installed This thing is awesome I highly suggest going to the site and getting a set http://www.bsmods.com/Mod_Shop.php Also here is a short unboxing and demo video of the Product in action http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4yVHRXeiHE Ok we got her all tubed up going to be adding a second 240mm crossflow Rad to the top later Ok was thinking of sleeving these Front Panel Wires But I got a better Idea. I found some UV Pink 18g wire so I am going to change out all the FP wires to this wire Here is a look at the color change effect in the Black Light. Got the 120Gb Kingston SSD Mounted behind the Mobo plate. This is our Video Card EVGA GTX 550Ti. Going to be custom Painting it and the New Xigmatek PSU with a Spider Web Design Xigmatek 700 watt PSU I picked up from PPC's on clearance for $25 Got the New Icemodz Custom Cables and UV LED Lights in there check out his site he does awesome work. http://www.icemodz.com/ Also here is another video of the unboxing and Demo of the lights Outside as well as Inside the case. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fp4nYBbLdI0 Well thats it for now guys I'll install the Newly painted PSU when I get the second Rad, GPU Block and Flow Indicator in. Feel Free to stop by the Dirty South PC Mods Facebook Group page and Terror-Byte Gaming Page https://www.facebook.com/groups/DirtySouthPCmods/ https://www.facebook.com/TerrorBytegaming BS MODS Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/bsmods Icemodz Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/groups/Icemodz/ As well as our Youtube Channel for awesome Unboxings, Reviews, Game footage and more!!!! http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLECU0qhXsLMkSb_q See you soon :)
  6. Hello Fellow Modders I'm Nick. I just won Primochill's Pre-Production Wet-Bench . It is the only one in the world outside of Primochill's doors. This is the Pre-Production Model, the final model will undoubtedly have some changes to it. Keep posted for video reviews, up close pics and to see what happens with it. First off I would like to thank my sponsors http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1540692/width/500/height/1000 http://www.bsmods.com/ http://www.enermax.com/ http://mod-smart.com/ And of course Frank N. Stein Thank you for my spot in your Booth at Quakecon 2013 and for Sleeving my Power Supply Cables. https://www.facebook.com/frank.n.stein3 Thank you very much for your support. It is greatly appreciated. :up Hardware Processor - Intel i5 3470 3.2 Ghz Motherboard - Biostar TZ77XE4 Ram - 16 Gb(4Gb X 4) G. Skill DDR3 2133mhz Ripjaws series RAM Video Card - ?????? HDD - Seagate 250 Gb x 5 PSU - Ultra X4 750 Watt Modular(Sleeved by Frank N. Stein This mans work is sick wait till you see it later.) Cooling Fans - Enermax T.B. Vegas Trio 120mm x 3(Thank you Enermax for your generous contribution to our build :up ) Water Block - Bitspower Summit EF Ice Blue Acrylic Top Ram Block - Bitspower Blue Acrylic RAM module with Blue RAM sinks Reservoir - Primochill CTR in Liberty Blue Fittings - Primochill Ghost Compression 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD Anodized Blue Monsoon 90 Deg. Rotary 3/4" Bitspower 20mm Extender Tubing - Primochill Advanced LRT in Brilliant UV Blue 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD Pump - Swiftech MCP655 /w Bitspower mod kit(Blue) Radiator - XSPC EX360 Pure Copper Compact High Performance Radiator Fluid - Primochill UV Purple Intensifier Fluid Accessories Sleeving - Mod Smart/Kobra sleeving in Black/UV Blue/Carbon (Thank you Frank N. Stein for sleeving my PSU for me.) Lighting System - BSMODS.com 5050 Waterproof RGB LED strip with Wireless Remote Power Switch - BSMODS.com Security Key Switch Radiator Grill - Primichill 2 piece Rad Grill in UV Blue This is the Motherboard we will be using the Biostar TZ77XE4. The MOSFET and South Bridge cooler are this Sunburnt Orange color and that is not going to work with our theme so we are going to remove them and paint them Blue to go with our theme. Taped up the Stainless rod that runs through the MOSFET heat sink and the contact point. Not bad. I like it. (That is not the RAM and CPU cooler we will be using for the build I'm just using them to test the temps after I painted the heat sinks.) Going to be covering the I/O panel in Di-Noc Carbon as well as the Plate that covers the on-board sound card. Whoo hoo I like Boxes. New Bitspower CPU Block & Ram Block in Ice Blue, XSPC RS360 Radiator and Primochill 1/2" ID x 3/4" OD Advanced LRT UV Blue Tubng. Now we take the CPU Block apart so I can Put some Di-Nock on the Black part. Now we do the same for the Ram Block. Got the CPU Block installed on the Board. And the Ram Block. . Well things got interesting and we got to build the Wet-Bench at Quakecon 2013.(Thank you Frank N. Stein for all your help.) Here are a few Pics we took While we had it put together at Quakecon 2013. First set up once I got it back home. The Ram Block and CPU Block are too close together so I have a Kink in the Run from the CPU outlet to the RAM inlet. Going to need to order some fittings to get rid of the kink. Using a back up power supply while I wait for my Cables to get back from Frank N. Stein A look at the Res and Pump A close up of the ICE Blue CPU and RAM Blocks by Bitspower Thank you to our Sponsor BSMODS for the 5050 LED RGB Lighting System Got them installed not too shabby effect with the lights on. But when we turn off the Lights. :) Really Digging the effect of the Enermax T.B. Vegas Trio Fans. :up Had to order some fittings to fix the Kink in the Tubing run from the CPU Block>RAM Block. Ordered 1 Monsoon 90 Deg. rotary fitting(Anodized Blue) and 1 Bitspower 20mm Extension(Black they don't make Blue :( ) Got the fittings installed they worked perfectly to take care of than nasty kink. Time for a bit of leak testing. And while we are at it lets take some close-ups. Ordered a couple more Monsoon 90 Deg. 3/4" fittings and a new Swiftech MCP655 /w Bitspower Mod Kit (Blue) And more waiting. Be back soon. Got the first Monsoon 90 Deg. Fitting installed has to use a Bitspower 20mm Extender to get rid of the kink from the CPU Block to the RAM Block Got the Swiftech MCP 655-B installed with the Bitspower Mod kit in Blue got two more Monsoon 90 Deg. Fittings to go from the RAM Block to the Primochill CTR Ok Got two more Mosnsoon 90 Deg fittings to go from the Primochill Pass-through to the CPU Block.(had to use a 40mm Bits power exstender to raise the fitting on the Primochill Pass-Through so its just as high as the CPU block fitting. Ok got the last three Monsoon 90 Deg Fittings for the Pump and the Radiator. Picked up a Primochill Vortex Flow indicator. Got the PSU in Ultra X4 750 Watt Full Modular And of course This can't stay stock so we are going to cover it in Di-Noc Now the cables are going to be Sleeved by the one and only Frank N. Stein. But I think the ends need to be sexified just a bit. Cables just came in from Frank N. Stein super sexy I'm sure you will agree. Frank this sleeving work is just phenomenal!!!! Sleeved the Pump wires with some of the leftover Mod/Smart Kobra sleeving Frank N Stein sent me I pulled the GPU's out of my 900D build to take some nice pics of Frank N Stein's sleeving work. And now we fill the loop and leak test(always leak test with all the cables disconnected from the motherboard and GPU's. If possible use a different PSU for leak testing.) Well guys that's it for now going to take me a couple months to save up the cash for the GPU's thinking of a couple GTX 760's..... Hope you enjoyed watching as much as I have building. C-ya Later.
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